Vintage Motorcycles 101 Course
the basics that you should know to understand vintage bikes and their quirks better.
We'll uncover a lot of details that you might not have thought about before purchasing a Vintage bike and better equip you for getting it on the road and keeping it on the road through the season.
This course would be a great starter point for anyone who has some or no experience with modern motorcycles, but is a stranger to things like carbs, air intakes, glass fuses and traditional charging systems. This course is targeted towards bikes older than 1990.
This course is targeted towards bike owners who have done little to no work on their bike and are new to how it runs and it’s systems, there are no prerequisites.
You may want to take our Foundations Course in conjunction with this course to learn your basic maintenance and to be able to use the shop as a member.
Additionally, if you plan on riding or wrenching on a Vintage bike, you may be interested in our Carburetors course.
Catching up on maintenance
Bushing, Bearings, Seals and Gaskets
4 Stroke Engines
Intro to Carburetors (& choke)
Air Filters and exhausts
Older electrical and charging systems
An E-file of documents and resources that you can use later on.
**Members please email to book at 50% ticket price
** Course dates are non-refundable, non-transferable within 7 days of the course.